"Starting school can be scary and exciting for both you and your child. Effective kindergarten teachers know that children are individuals who each start kindergarten with a wide range of skills. You do not need to drill your child with letters, numbers, and facts, before school starts. But there are some things you can do to prepare both you and your child for kindergarten."
- Janis Strasser
Read Janis Strasser's article for the National Association for the Education of Young Children here on Transitioning to Kindergarten. She offers some very practical tips you can begin employing now to ease the transition.
|Here's a brochure that will familiarize you with the basic facts you need coming into the Mount Laurel Schools for the kindergarten year. All those important things like transportation, lunch, before and after-school care, snow days, school emergencies, security and the best people to speak with when you are just unsure.|